The Inland Northwest’s
Premier Urologic Practice
Southside Office: (509) 747-3147
Northside Office: (509) 483-6449

Voiding Dysfunction

The symptoms of voiding dysfunction can vary from patient to patient, but typical symptoms include daytime and/or nighttime frequency/urgency, hesitancy, weak stream, incontinence, and post void dribbling. Our urologists work with you to determine what treatment may be best including physical therapy, oral medical management, or even Botox for the problematic overactive bladder that will not respond to conventional medications.